An Installer’s Guide to FOG

FOG in excessive amounts interferes with aerobic biological processes and leads to decreased treatment efficiency

An Installer’s Guide to FOG

FOG (fats, oils and grease) is a constituent of sewage, typically originating from food stuffs (animal fats or vegetable oils) or consisting of compounds of alcohol or glycerol with fatty acids (soaps and lotions), usually measured in mg/L.

Sources of FOG
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This article is part of the series: An Installer's Guide to Wastewater Characteristics


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